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Antec introduces new P20C and P20CE mid-tower cases

As the PC case industry is heavily trending towards airflow-oriented designs, Antec is launching two new Performance series cases with meshed front panels. Named P20C and P20CE, the two cases are identical, with the only apparent difference being the left-side panel: the former has a tempered glass panel, and the latter has a sound-dampening panel.

With a front mesh panel, reusable PCI-E slots for vertical GPU installation, and support for dual CPU motherboards, Antec's new cases pack many of the features you would expect from a flagship product. The structure is mostly made of metal, and the front panel has a full-size clip-on dust filter for easy maintenance.

Inside the case, there's space for up to eATX motherboards, 360mm radiators on the top and front and a 120mm unit in the rear. Fan support is quite extensive, allowing you to mount 3x 120mm/140mm or 2x 185 mm in the front, 3x 120mm or 2x 140 mm fans on top and a 120 mm fan in the rear. Moreover, there's also room for 2x fans on the PSU shroud. The case comes with 3x 120mm ARGB fans in the front, as well as a 1-to-4 fan splitter cable that makes cable management easy. For HDDs and SSDs, there are 2x convertible drive bays for 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch drives, two 2.5-inch bays in the back of the motherboard tray and seven expansion slots.

Furthermore, the chassis provides space for up to 375mm long graphics cards, air cooler towers with a maximum height of 170 mm and PSUs up to 205 mm long. To simplify cable management, Antec designed cable routes that you can use to avoid the clutter that's usually associated with building a PC. The case comes with a detachable GPU Holder that allows you to move the GPU up, down, left, and right. The I/O panel has a power and LED control button, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C 3.2 port, and Mic and HD Audio jacks. Both P20 cases are now available for £105.

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